Steyr TMP

The Steyr TMP is a beast of a weapon, and although it may not be beautiful it certainly makes up for that with its immense power. The TMP is only used in two countries - Austria and Italy - but despite this lack of popularity, it's not a poorly-built weapon. After all, it was chosen specifically for counter-terrorism organisations. Why? Simply because it's a machine pistol like no other. For example, after every shot the barrel rotates clockwise, producing a surprisingly violent recoil. The TMP was first designed in 1992 by the Austrian company Steyr Mannlicher, and can hold a 30-round magazine. This gun was used by the assassin who is ordered to kill Neil McCauley in the movie Heat. Manufacture of the TMP ended in 2001 due to lack of popularity, but the Brugger & Thomet MP9 is a modern redevelopment, through which the Steyr lives on. It fires the world-leading 9mm bullet.
Steyr TMP

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Just about the most prevalent cartridge in the world today, surely everyone has heard of a 9mm - be it in the battlefield as the standard NATO handgun cartridge or the mean streets of your local ghetto, the 9mm Luger/Parabellum is absolutely everywhere. Introduced in 1902 the 9mm has become accepted world-wide as the de facto handgun round, boosted in the 80's with the US Army's adoption of the M9 (essentially a Beretta 92F), which uses these 9x19mm cartridges. Beloved of rappers, cops, robbers and just about every armed force...

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Lieutenant Vincent Hanna is desperate to find Neil McCauley and his group of expert robbers, who have stolen far too much to go unnoticed. Eventually, the police uncover an incriminating trail linking him to a $1.6 million armoured car heist. For the first time, the group has failed, and now the cops are onto them. When the thieves try again, this time with the prospect of a $12 million 'retirement' jackpot keeping them going, the police intercept their messages and prepare an ambush. Hanna is a skilled detective. McCauley is...

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